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AMERSHAM CLEAN UP DAYS – SAT 30TH & SUN 31ST MARCH 2019 A huge thank you to everyone that took part in the town’s Great British Spring Clean events this weekend. Beavers from the 2nd Amersham Common Unit commenced proceedings by litter picking King George V Playing Fields on Friday evening before our community litter [More...]  [Read More... ]

ATC Community Services Meeting 01.04.2019 Due to the lack of items for discussion, the Town Council meeting tonight has been CANCELLED [More...]  [Read More... ]

Donate your used drink bottles. Help us build a bottle greenhouse! Be part of our efforts to raise awareness of the plastic waste in Amersham, by supporting us to build a greenhouse constructed of used plastic bottles. The greenhouse shall be great example of recycling in action, while also highlighting just how much plastic would [More...]  [Read More... ]

Friday, May 25th, 2018

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BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND! Bank Holiday! ATC would like to wish you all a pleasant Bank Holiday Weekend! The Office will re-open on Tuesday 29th May 2018 from 09:00am – 5:00pm   [More...]  [Read More... ]

Friday, May 4th, 2018

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BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND! Bank Holiday! ATC would like to wish you all a pleasant Bank Holiday Weekend! The Office will re-open on Tuesday 8th May 2018 from 09:00am – 5:00pm P.S – Don’t forget to pop down to the Memorial Gardens from 2.30pm on Sunday (6th May) for the 1st Band Concert of 2018!!   [More...]  [Read More... ]

Friday, December 8th, 2017

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PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ATC OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED TODAY FROM 3.00PM DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS. THE FINANCE MEETING SCHEDULED FOR 7.30PM TONIGHT (11th) HAS ALSO BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL NEXT MONDAY THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR CO-OPERATION   [More...]  [Read More... ]

ATC Planning & Footpaths Committee Meeting 23.10.2017 PLEASE NOTE: This evening’s meeting of the Planning & Footpaths Committee has been CANCELLED [More...]  [Read More... ]

Friday, May 20th, 2016

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Take a look at Amersham Museum’s “giant scrap-book” which tells the story of people who have lived in the town, often in their own words.┬áThis searchable website includes all aspects of local history and is widely used for family and building research. www.AmershamHistory.info [More...]  [Read More... ]

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